To my defense, here's some extracts from this article: Why Tesla Motors Is Betting On The Model S | Fast Company
soon enough, Tesla will demonstrate to the world that its products are not for millionaires but for everyone. And the same kind of proof that silences the critics who cry elitism will likewise burn the stock-market speculators who are betting big money that Tesla's failure is imminent. "We're the third-most-shorted stock on the Nasdaq," Musk tells me, looking somewhat incredulous. Then he laughs. This actually cheers him up. "All I can say is if you're shorting Tesla at the end of this year, it's going to sting," Musk says. "It's going to sting a lot."
How much will it sting, no one knows. But according to Elon, it will be "a lot" How much is a lot? $100, $200, $300? We'll see in 6 months.
From the same article,
Tesla is not letting any outsiders drive the vehicle yet, but Ali Javidan, who runs the garage, offers me the shotgun seat in beta car No. 24.
"The interior isn't finished," he says as we pile in, but everything else is pretty close to operational.
He said it's not finished, I don't know how much "not finished" is but it was pretty clear.
Steph the troll
I'm guessing the former. At first your enthusiasm was amusing, but the endless stream of "you'll see, trust me, I'll take that bet, etc" has given your posts a delusional (or smug) edge at this point.
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